Buying an aircraft
or moving up to another model? Whether it's your first aircraft or your 10th,
single or multi-engine, piston or turbine,
DON'T BUY OR SELL
WITHOUT FIRST CHECKING WITH STERLING AIR.
Have Sterling Air do
the work! Purchasing and evaluating airplanes is an art we have mastered.
We will also represent you at every stage of the transaction including selecting
the right aircraft for your needs, closing the deal, buying insurance and
maintaining your new purchase.
When you appoint
Sterling Air as your representative, you purchase insurance so that common
mistakes, that get aircraft buyers in big trouble, will be avoided.
Here are some
examples of these mistakes from aviation writer Brian Jacobson's
Purchasing & Evaluating Airplanes, a book we refer you to when you sign on
to do business with us.
pristine low-time 1981 A36TC Bonanza with "no damage history" and "clean
logbooks" that actually turned out to have crashed twice and been declared a
total loss both times by the insurance company.
Aerostar that killed its owner when it crashed on the first flight after the
major overhaul of both engines (in a motorcycle shop) that was done so the
airplane could be sold.
partnership-owned Mooney impounded as a "stolen aircraft" when one owner
flew off in it and the other owner called the sheriff.
120 whose engine was "major overhauled" without ever removing it from the
first-time buyer who fell in love with a Cessna 310, bought it, and then was
nearly bankrupted when the airplane was grounded for nearly a year with
major mechanical problems.
bait-and-switch aircraft broker who ran ads in Trade-a-Plane without the
owners' knowledge or consent, and for aircraft that weren't even for sale.
Sterling Air, Ltd. invites you
to visit us at our
airport headquarters. Combine your aircraft shopping with a pleasant time in
the historic capitol of Nevada.